DOTHAN, Ala. (WDHN) — The Drug Enforcement Administration raided a Dothan doctor’s office Wednesday morning.
The raid took place at the office of Dr. John C. Strunk on the 200 block of Regency Court. A federal search warrant is being served as of the last report.
According to US News, Strunk is affiliated with Flowers Hospital and appears on their directory.
Strunk received his medical degree from the University of Tennessee’s College of Medicine and has multiple state certifications.
Wiregrass Medical Center also has this bio describing the doctor:
Dr. Strunk graduated from the University of Tennessee and Creighton University. He completed his psychiatry residency at Creighton University in 1999 and has been practicing for 16 years. Dr. Strunk is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and is a member of the American Medical Association, the Alabama Psychiatric Association, and the American Psychiatric Association. Dr. Strunk currently serves as Medical Director for Wiregrass Medical Center’s Senior Care Unit.
According to U.S. Attorney Doug Howard, no other information can be released at this time, per U.S. Department of Justice policy.
Upon searching through comments on Facebook and reviews of Strunk’s practice, it appears that there were problems with him over-prescribing medication to patients before.
Here is what people had to say in response to the news:
These sentiments also appear in Strunk’s reviews on Vitals.com, with one client saying he “just writes the script and walks away.”
More of Strunk’s clients have spoken up, this time in support of the psychiatrist.
One client said he has never come off as a pill pusher and that he provided good treatment.
“I wouldn’t be here without doctors, including Strunk!” Darrin Myers told News 18. “He helped my wife and I through the whole ordeal.”
Another supporter emailed us, telling us that many of his patients love him.
“Dr. Strunk may have some people talking trash about him right now so that’s what you’re hearing about, but he also has A LOT of support from real patients who love and depend on him,” the person wrote.